You want Red Sonja, Battlestar Galactica and more? You got it with a look at some of Dynamite’s titles for January. Enjoy!
TweetAs well as a look at Francesco Francavilla’s cover for the series, which is written by J. Michael Straczynski, Dynamite have released a look at just-announced artist Guiu Vilanova’s artwork for their new ongoing Twilight Zone series. First announced at San Diego Comic-Con, the book will launch in November.
Tweet You’ve probably spent endless hours playing Doodle Jump on your phone, and now you can spend a few minutes with a Doodle Jump comics, thanks to Dynamite. No details on format or timing, but at least they have an Action #1 parody. I should mention that I’ve avoided Diddle Jump for its addictive qualities. […]
Tweet He’s got us hooked with his fantasy work, what will he do with steampunk? Bill Willingham and artist Sergio Fernandez Davila are creating Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure, a seven-issue monthly crossover event featuring reimagined classic characters of comics and film. The book launches in January with covers by Joe Benitez (Lady Mechanika). Which characters? […]
TweetDynamite have announced that their next artist’s edition hardcover will feature the work of Jock, the artist best known for his covers on Scalped and Batman, along with his interior work on The Losers, 2000AD, and Wolverine. The hardcover will include his art from all of those projects, along with his designs made for The […]
Back in July, Dynamite announced they were expanding their already fairly awesome Gail Simone-driven Red Sonja revival with a prestige format anthology called Legends of Red Sonja. Adding to the excitement, a stellar line-up of contributors including a bevy of fantasy authors and comics artists including Tamora Pierce, Nancy Collins, Meljean Brook, Marjorie M. Liu, Mercedes Lackey, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Leah Moore, Devin Grayson, Nicola Scott, Rhianna Pratchett and Blair Butler. On the art side it’s Carla Speed McNeil, Jim Calafiore and Phil Noto and more. The first issues launches in November and to explore a little more of the story behind the She-Devil with a Sword and all these top writers, we asked Simone, Devin Grayson and Nandy Collins to participate in a roundtable on the state of Sonja and fantasy comics. And to giev you even more here’s a preview of the first issue art.
TweetContinuing on with Baltimore Comic-Con announcements, Dynamite have announced yet another new series, building up what is rapidly becoming a huge list of new projects from the company. This weekend saw the company reveal that Jai Nitz and José Malaga will be the creative team for a five issue miniseries called Grimm: The Warlock, based […]
TweetDynamite Day concludes with the most excellent news that Chris Roberson and Bilquis Evely will be the new creative team for a Doc Savage series starting in December. With covers from John Cassaday and – of course – Alex Ross – the series will start off in 1939 and then slowly start moving towards the […]
TweetThe first of Dynamite’s two new series announced today is Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives, a five-issue miniseries focusing on Holmes’ second most menacing nemesis (the most terrifying of his villains being, of course, the opium den). Written by David Liss and drawn by Daniel Indro, the series will come with covers from Francesco Francavilla. Like […]
TweetIt’s Baltimore Comic-Con this weekend, and Dynamite look to have a number of announcements over the course of the next few days. The first of which is a new line of premiere art editions the publisher will soon be putting out – starting with the complete storyboards from Frank Thorne’s Red Sonja.
Tweet As caught on Facebook, Carla Speed McNeil is part of the Gail Simone’ driven LEGEND OF RED SONJA, anthology, which also features Nancy A. Collins. YEAH, I drew nine pages of RED SONJA! With Devin Grayson writing! Gail Simone made it happen, and it was fun! Grayson hasn’t been much seen in comics for […]
TweetOne of the things heard most frequently this weekend online was ‘why is there no comic news coming out of SDCC’? You mean aside from the masses and masses of comics news which came out of the convention, right? The Beat covered basically every single comics company you can imagine, and we’ve still got a […]
TweetAlice Cooper’s been around comics quite awhile, going all the way back to 1979′s Marvel Premiere #50 and notably including Alice Cooper: The Last Temptation by Neil Gaiman and Michael Zulli. He was also fronting a horror anthology Kickstarter that failed to fund earlier this year ($200K is a pretty ambitious goal for a comic project… it _did_ […]